The Winterhaven Festival of Lights is one of the longest-running holiday traditions in Tucson, and one of the longest running light festivals of its kind in the country. This leafy residential... Read More
The Winterhaven Festival of Lights is one of the longest-running holiday traditions in Tucson, and one of the longest running light festivals of its kind in the country. This leafy residential neighborhood in Tucson features mature Aleppo pines wrapped up in twinkly lights, and brilliant displays of holiday spirit. The festival is free and open to the public (the residents of Winterhaven have hosted the festival for generations, and consider it their gift to the people of Tucson). Entrances to the Festival are on Ft. Lowell, Tucson, Country Club, and Prince - there are no official parking areas - but the best way to enjoy the festival is by making a reservation on a hayride wagon, a bus trolley, a pedal-powered group bike. Or, of course, you can also see the lights on foot.
- Holiday Attractions: "One of the best way to experience the Winterhaven Festival of Lights is by reserving a ride on a hayride wagon."
- Best for Holiday Attractions Because: The Winterhaven Festival of Lights is one of the oldest residential festival lights in the country - and a beautiful display of Tucson neighborhood spirit.
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